A 3-month-old boy with a 24-hour history of inconsolable crying, abdominal distension, intermittent drawing up of legs, and bilious vomiting was brought to the emergency department by his parents. A small amount of blood-stained stool was noted in the diaper.
A 66-year-old man presents with symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux, lasting for one month. He has no relevant past medical history. An endoscopy exam revealed gastritis and deviation of esophagus. Mediastinic mass presence was noticed on MRI and CT exams.